This is the fascinating story of Dantro, The Planet Man, troubleshooter for the League of Planets organization, the law enforcement body for peace and justice in the celestial world -- whose headquarters and center of operations are situated on the capital of all planets, Planteria Rex.
From Mercury to Pluto, where ever danger threatens the universe, you will find Dantro the Planet Man fighting for fair play.
The Planet Man was a juvenile science ficton series of the 1950's transcribed and syndicated by Palladium Radio Productions.
The stories are campy and predictable, but silly fun none the less. Good for a laugh or for bedtime stories for younger listeners.
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August 5, 2015 Subject:
Show for adults too
I never listened to this as a kid because they didn't play them in the seventies. I love the adult SC-FI radio shows but I also love the kid SC-FI stuff too. I'm now in my fifties. Put them on your MP3 player or phone and enjoy.
April 8, 2010 Subject:
Good show, seriously and literally!
This show might've been made to attract juvenile audiences but I am 22 years old and I really do enjoy this show a lot! I recommend this show to anyone and everyone!